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Burton Tyro Snowboard Boots

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  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Upper Material:
  • Hybrid
  • Synthetic leather/Nylon
  • Flex Panel
Sole Material:
  • Hybrid
  • Lightweight, Low-Profile EST Optimized Midsole with B3 Gel
  • Medium
  • Reduced
  • Shrinkage tech
Lacing System:
  • Speed Lace
  • Boa
Lace Harness: No
Liner Type:
  • Heat Moldable
  • Imprint 1
Liner Lacing:
  • Speed Lace
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Tyro Snowboard Boots

If you like your boots to be fast and easy, tell it to the Tyro. Featuring Burton's new Speed Dial lacing system, these boots offer the quickest connection out there so you can get the most out of your shred session. A support level of four means these boots have a medium-soft flex, which is perfect for all-day domination. The Tyro also includes the Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology that decreases the size of your boots by one full size to eliminate toe drag and reduce materials. If you're looking for a new solid boot this season, tear it up in the Tryo from Burton.

Key Features of the Burton Tyro Snowboard Boots:
  • Support: 4
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • Lacing: NEW Speed Dial Lacing System
  • Liner: Imprint 1 Liner with Integrated Lacing
  • Cushioning: Lightweight, Low-Profile EST Optimized Midsole with B3 Gel
  • Flex and Response: Power Spine Backstay and Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • Comfort: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed


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Burton Tyro Snowboard Boots
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 42 Answers
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Michael K: Son picked this for Birthday present. Feb 2, 2014
Chad O: Good reviews from a couple different websites and the mid flex is what I was looking for. Jan 27, 2014
Richard I: Lightweight, easy to put on, and comfortable. Jan 13, 2014
Ted B: Size 14 feet! Jan 6, 2014
NAVINDRA S: Good review plus the price Jan 5, 2014
Timothy C: boa in big size Jan 5, 2014
Brian W: burton boots, got them cheap Jan 3, 2014
Matthew M: These have good reviews and are affordable compared to others. Dec 29, 2013
Christopher T: Cuz I got big ole feet Dec 24, 2013
Josh P: Burton always makes a quality product. Dec 21, 2013
tatjana p: they seemed the best looking for size 15 Dec 17, 2013
Billie A: The design and color Dec 16, 2013
Dmitry M: I read reviews Dec 8, 2013
Denise S: The boa system. And Burton is a brand i trust Dec 2, 2013
Wilbur V: Gnar! Dec 2, 2013
Kathryn G: I like these boots Nov 30, 2013
Loren C: Good looking, great price Nov 27, 2013
Christine S: Burton's in Size 15.....excellent! Nov 25, 2013
Jane G: Value for money on a great brand boot Nov 25, 2013
A.Christopher z: they look like they have good ankle support Nov 17, 2013
D E: no obnoxious laces Nov 14, 2013
Roger B: Great price, great reviews! Nov 10, 2013
Philip H: Reasonable price and great product. Nov 8, 2013
Joshua C: foot reduction tech because of size 14 feet Nov 1, 2013
Iryna P: Its a present for my boyfriend birthday. He really like Burton Nov 1, 2013
christopher c: came with package Oct 28, 2013
Todd M: I chose this item for its over-all well rounded features that allow all types of riding anywhere. Oct 20, 2013
Paul H: Because they're awesome. I like the color and price. Oct 15, 2013
NICK S: best value for money and style Oct 10, 2013
Pamela A: My son picked them out. Sep 29, 2013
John W asked: I just purchased a pair of these in a 9.5 (which is the shoe size I wear for normal shoes). My toes are hitting the front of the boot but i'm not necessarily having to cringe them to make the boot fit (but definitely can feel the front of the boot). Should I stay with the 9.5 and just get them broke in or should I swap our for a size 10? I've always been inbetween a 9.5 and 10 but usually a 9.5 in most of the brands of shoes. At first I felt a little cramp in my feet but after wearing them for a little while I don't feel any cramp in my feet but they definitely feel snug. Dec 11, 2013
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Cameron F: I'm the same shoe size at 9.5 and I always go a half size bigger with the 10 in boots. I personally don't like the feeling of my toes touching the end of the boots because it starts to hurt my toes after a while and I like my feet to have a little room to move forward. That's just my opinion, hope this helps. Dec 12, 2013
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scott W: John,

When I first put these boots on they did feel a little tight. I am returning mine though for different reasons. There was way too much heal play. Tried to tighten them down and the wheel broke. Never even got them on the hill.

Dec 12, 2013
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Jay H: Hi john, the boot should be snug around your foot, try bending down in your boots and check for heel lift, you should have minimal to no heel lift if that is the case I would stick with the 9.5's Dec 12, 2013
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John W: i wore them for several hours straight yesterday and a few of my toes we're going numb and i didn't have it laced up that tight. I went ahead and swapped them out for a size 10. Dec 12, 2013
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Shane A: I would opt for the bigger size. They are not getting any bigger, you are just getting more used to the cramped feeling. Either way the larger size would be much more comfortable. The amount of time you are in your boots when you are out riding will wear on your feet. Also on those cold days you might want to throw on another pair of socks, and if you try to do that with an already cramped boot, you will really feel it then. That half a size will do wonders for your comfort level and wont really hinder your riding style. Dec 13, 2013
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Katie H asked: I'm having trouble choosing between the Burton Tyro 2013 and the Burton Moto 2013 for my boyfriend. He goes about 5 times a year and is an intermediate level rider. What do you suggest? Nov 20, 2013
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Jared H: I actually have a pair of both and I prefer the Tyro on the simple fact that the lacing system is much easier. Both boots are very comfortable, but I find the Moto to at times be hard to put on and remove. The Tyro's Boa lacing system is super easy. Both boots are comparable in my opinion, it just depends on if you want to pay the extra $90. Nov 21, 2013
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Gretchen W: I bout those boots last year, and i am not the biggest fan. At times my feet begin to slide up and out of them and I have to readjust my boots a couple times a day. I dont know about the Motos but I hope this helps Nov 20, 2013
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Shane A: I go about the same amount and am the same level of rider, the tyro boot is perfect. They give me great support, they are easy to lace up, and they look good too. Nov 20, 2013
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Austin T: I have not used them yet this year, but can't go wrong with Burton. Just need to decide whether the quick lock is better than lace. Nov 20, 2013
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Michael K: We bought those for our son and he has yet to use them. So I am sorry I can not help you out at this time. Nov 20, 2013
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Gretchen W: hey katie Nov 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: whats the difference between these and the burton jets? as in quality. Dec 12, 2013
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